King of Fighters is making waves with their announcement of their new mobile title, King of Fighters: World. It will be released by SNK, the same developer who’s handled their other mobile titles and also the popular “Metal Slug” series.
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SNK Playmore, developers behind franchises like King of Fighters and Metal Slug, have formally announced today their intentions to focus mainly on mobile and console games, at least for the immediate future. The company will now be putting twice the effort and focus into making console and mobile games.
SNK Playmore releases some classic SNK games for Android, many of which were found on Neo Geo arcade machines, in the 1990s. For anyone looking for some retro, side scrolling action games or retro fighting games, or an arcade shooter, they’ve listed several of them on sale for $0.99.
SNK Playmore has released another one of their classic games onto Android and this time it is Beast Busters. Originally released in 1989, this is an on-rails shooter style of game which originally had players controlling one of three military servicemen as you go around killing monsters. In this version though you will also have the option of controlling your favorite King of Fighters characters.
Today is turning out to be one of those days where there is just so many good games to play that it is almost hard to keep track of. SNK Playmore has also released a new game today and it is another King of Fighters title. This particular one is King of Fighters 2012(F). So what does the (F) stand for? Our guess is ‘Free’ because that’s how much the game costs.
SNK Playmore has been steadily releasing ports of some of their most popular franchises and games in their catalog onto Android for awhile now. This includes the King of Fighters franchise, the Meta Slug franchise, the Raiden franchise and so on. If you’ve missed picking any of these games up for whatever reason, you might want to consider grabbing the ones you want now.
King of Fighters 98: Dream Match Never Ends was a 2D fighting game release in (surprise!) 1998 by SNK. Originally released on the Neo Geo, it later was ported to the PlayStation as well as the Dreamcast. What makes this fighting game unique is that it contains all the fighters from releases that came prior to this one, including those that had died in their story arc (which was rebooted with the subsequent release).
Back in September Android gamers finally got their first taste of SNK Playmore’s King of Fighters franchise with the release of King of Fighters 2012-A. Well now we have a second game to dive into from the same franchise called King of Fighters ’97 and as you’re probably guessing from the game’s title, this is a more retro type of brawler game over the company’s first release.
One franchise a lot of fans of brawler games have been wanting to arrive onto Android is the King of Fighters by SNK Playmore. Known as King of Fighter 2012 over on iOS, the Android version has a slightly different name, officially called King of Fighter-A 2012. This game brings the entire roster of King of Fighter 2012 over to Android with controls designed for mobile gamers.
While many may argue that Capcom’s Street Fighter is king of fighting games, SNK SNK Playmore would like to politely remind you that they too have their own king of fighters. The King of Fighters, SNK Playmore’s own fighting series, have finally made their way on Android. Released by G-Gee, the King of Fighters hopes to be the answer to Android gamers prayers, an honest to god fighting game from a popular series.